Helping young leaders transform ukraine and moldova

1. Students apply for one of the US top-50 MBA programs
1. Students apply for one of the US top-50 MBA programs
2. Admitted candidates qualify for a SEED Grant
2. Admitted candidates qualify for a SEED Grant
3. Graduates return and commit for at least 3 years of work in Ukraine or Moldova
3. Graduates return and commit for at least 3 years of work in Ukraine or Moldova

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Is there an income limit for need-based consideration?
Seed Grant is not a need-based grant. However, the candidate must provide sufficient proof of income/savings/loans to cover living and transportation expenses to/from and within the U.S. + collateral (the Student’s obligations under the Agreement must be secured).
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Why do we focus on the top 50 U.S. MBA programs?
The top 50 U.S. business schools are strong, internationally recognized brand names. They serve as a significant certified hallmark in today’s globalized world, in particular in Moldova and Ukraine. Moreover, the top 50 U.S. business schools have the greatest ratio of registered alumni to current students and have powerful alumni representation in more countries than any other schools. The Economist ranks the alumni network of the top 50 U.S. MBAs as the most effective. Sometimes, being part of a strong, united community, which reaches far beyond own home country, provides each member with greater courage to move forward and higher chances to succeed.
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If I get WNISEF Seed Grant aid for my first year, will it renew automatically for the second year?
During the program a grantee must submit academic transcripts as proof of good standing in the program. The grantee is expected to meet the good standing requirements of the Program throughout the entire study period. If a student does not maintain good standing status, the Seed Grant will be terminated, and the candidate will be required to repay any financial support received through the Seed Grant program immediately.
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